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Unemployment Comp – Misconduct – Stealing (access required)

An installer for a construction firm wins his appeal of a denial of unemployment benefits based on his termination for alleged stealing; the commission did not properly analyze the mitigating factor presented by the employee with regard to the accusation of a theft of gasoline. Claimant was working at a job site when a mechanical self-propelled ...

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